The Forgotten Tongue
10 Oct 2012
Interplay between our “ecological self” with other species, with Kelvin Hall
Thursday 10th October 2012 8.00pm in Studio One at Hawkwood
£7 entry / £5 concessions
There is a growing recognition that the human connection with other-than-human life has become fractured and is in need of restoration. This can be reflected in life history and difficult situations we encounter in our current life. The implications for both individual well-being and the impending eco-crisis are major. This talk explores ideas around individual biography, current ways of being, and the effect on these of contact with nature. The concept of non-verbal “conversation” between human and other life will be central, including the interplay with horses.
This talk will be of interest to counsellors, therapists, medical professionals, care workers and anyone interested in relationships, psychology, ecological interactions or relationships. Everyone is welcome for this stimulating evening.
Kelvin Hall is an Integrative Psychotherapist with over twenty years’ experience. He has written, presented and facilitated on this theme for several years, particularly drawing on his long exploration of the art of horsemanship. He has been a Trustee of Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling (BCPC) and tutors the core course there on the Ecological Self. Contact: email@example.com Tel: 01453 833861
Hawkwood College, Painswick Old Road, Stroud GL6 7QW
Tel. 01453 759034 www.hawkwoodcollege.co.uk